Re: [squid-users] Dns Lookups

From: Henrik Nordstrom <>
Date: Wed, 28 Mar 2001 09:16:20 +0200

The programmers guide describes the purpose of most sub-components of
Sqduid. The FQDN cache is one such component, caches lookups from IP to
hostname (i.e. now very much used unless you have enabled log_fqdn, but
dstdomain ACL type might also use it when presented with an IP address)

Henrik Nordstrom
Squid Hacker
M. DeWar wrote:
> Hello,
> I found out the problem. We use an LRP box to route/firewall the private ip's and being new to all these linux stuff I did not know that when using the dnscache.lrp that I needed to input the ip range that could use the dnscache. Once that was done it has started to work.
> I do have another question about the cachemgr stats.
> What do these mean ?
> And were can I find the archives to search and is there a page that describes in newbie dummy idiot language what all the cachemgr stats mean ?
> FQDN Cache Statistics:
> FQDNcache Entries: 0
> FQDNcache Requests: 0
> FQDNcache Hits: 0
> FQDNcache Pending Hits: 0
> FQDNcache Negative Hits: 0
> FQDNcache Misses: 0
> Blocking calls to gethostbyaddr(): 0
> FQDN Cache Contents:
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